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casern

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noun ca·sern \kə-ˈzərn\

Definition of casern

  1. :  a military barracks in a garrison town



Variants of casern

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caserne

Origin and Etymology of casern

French caserne


First Known Use: 1696

Rhymes with casern

adjourn, astern, attorn, concern, discern, downturn, epergne, eterne, extern, heartburn, Hepburn, intern, in turn, inurn, kick turn, lucerne, Lucerne, nocturn, nocturne, outturn, return, sauternes, secern, sojourn, star turn, stem turn, step turn, sunburn, unlearn, upturn, U-turn, windburn


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